Mr. Kecskemethy received his Law Degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and a Master’s Degree from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. He was admitted to practice before all Pennsylvania courts, and the Federal District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, in 1989. Mr. Kecskemethy has served individuals and families throughout Western Pennsylvania; primarily in Butler and Northern Allegheny counties.
Mr. Kecskemethy’s practice focuses on litigation in the areas of family law, criminal defense and probate contests; providing experienced counsel to individuals in these most personal and difficult disputes. Mr. Kecskemethy seeks to avoid destructive arguments in court whenever possible, through negotiation toward compromise. When the intervention of the courts is needed, however, Mr. Kecskemethy’s extensive courtroom experience informs his aggressive trial strategy.
Mr. Kecskemethy is a member of the Butler County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, and the Family Law Section of the Allegheny County Bar Association. Mr. Kecskemethy has lectured in the area of Family Law for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He is a former attorney member of the Butler County Criminal Justice Advisory Board, a past president of the Butler County Bar Association.